As many of us know that plenty of businesses and start-ups suffered a huge loss during the pandemic. Many people started their own businesses, many people used e-commerce, many people opted to work from home while others just developed websites and graphic designing sites.
Student friends Joshua Barley, Sonny Drinkwater, and Kieran Fitzgerald, all aged 22, realized the job marketplace would be tough for new graduates, as the huge impact of coronavirus became clear in March and April, initiating unemployment and poverty.
They knew that job opportunities would be scarce and they would have to take matters into their own hands and so they decided to pool up their expertise and interests and the knowledge of nutrition studies into a spectacular ‘Snackess’ their small business would allow firms packaged gift boxes full of snacks and nutrients that they would give out to their employees, this was a good start-up initiative as it was helpful and easy to carry and operate.
These graduates proved that if one was productive enough, they could startup businesses in contrast to the Covid-19 era.